Voltaire.Cash, London's crypto exchange, has long maintained that they appreciate Satoshi's original vision and wanted to stick to the "closest thing to peer-to-peer electronic money". In a recent Tweet, the Voltaire team has confirmed its belief in this vision and will soon open a pair of Bitcoin SV (BSV).
After the tough November gallows that saw Bitcoin reborn in the form of BSV, Voltaire was forced, with its adherence to Nakamoto's consent to support the longest working test, to provide the ABC team with the Bitcoin Cash ticker (BCH) and as a result, the exchange became a Bitcoin Core (BTC) exchange for BCH exclusively. With the same announcement, they said they were working to implement BSV trading by the end of the year.
Voltaire may have felt the pressure from its user base and business partners to get BSV added as early as possible. More and more people recognize that BSV is not just the original vision of Satoshi, but has the scalability, stability, security and speed needed to be a currency revolution. In addition, one of Voltaire's main trading partners, Handcash, has already launched BSV support, so the exchange had no choice but to adopt the reborn Bitcoin, or risk an unbalanced relationship with the portfolio.
In their last blog post, Voltaire made it clear that they planned more for the foreseeable future. They wrote that they are working on "adding 0-conf deposits, advanced trading instruments, margin trading and a loaned product".
This news also confirms that the business friendly attitude of the developers behind BSV is a key ingredient for Bitcoin's future success. Other companies are supporting the currency and many users ask for it to be supported. This cycle is expected to continue, since BSV becomes the future of the digital currency, exactly as envisaged by Satoshi.